Sentence Corrections Set – 24

Directions: Which of the phrases A, B, C, and D given below each statement should replace the phrase printed in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is given, mark E as the answer

Q1. The Sheena Bora murder case, in which her mother Indrani Mukherjee and step father Peter Mukherjee are accused, have taken a new twist.
A) accused of, has taken
B) accused, has taken
C) accused to has taken
D) No Improvement

Answer

Option B

Q2. As the princes grew up , Kripacharya taught them archery and the practise of arms and other things that princes should learn.
A) practice of arms
B) practise of arm
C) practice of arm
D) No Imrovement

Answer

Option A

Q3. All his money are spent and all his hopes are ruined.
A) has spent
B) hve spent
C) is spent
D) No Improvement

Answer

Option C

Q4. I cannot help thinking that you are the mastermind.
A) help but think
B) help ut only
C) help in thinking
D) No Improvement

Answer

Option D

Q5. He promised to promptly pay the dues.
A) paying the dues promptly
B) pay the dues promptly
C) having paid the dues promptly
D)No Improvement

Answer

Option B

Q6. The civil society of Jammu and Kashmir can take a leading role to stem the slide of its youth towards radicalisation.
A) can take the lead
B) taking the lead role
C) could take lead role
D) No improvement

Answer

Option D 

Q7. Civil society groups have played marvelous roles for bringing a change is society especially in conflict situations.
A) to bringing changes
B) in bringing changes
C) in bringing a change
D) No Improvement

Answer

Option C 

Q8. Japan has keen at export its high-speed train technology along with rolling stock.
A) has been keen at
B) has keen to
C) has been keen to
D) No Improvement

Answer

Option C

Q9. The coming into force of the India-Japan nuclear deal and more military and maritime exercises will buttress such efforts.
A) coming to force of
B) coming in force of
C) came in force of
D) No Improvement

Answer

Option D

Q10. Having been made the leap, it is imperative that India and Japan also look beyond their lofty geopolitical aims, at the more basic aspects of bilateral engagement.
A) Being made
B) having made
C) As they made
D) No Improvement

Answer

Option B

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